Mountain High Expands Season Pass Holder Access to Three Additional Resorts

Posted By: Emily Bates on April 1, 2013 6:55 pm

Starting now until April 15th, Mountain High’s $299 Anytime Season Pass sale will now include three new partner resorts for the 2013-2014 season.  Season pass holders will receive free tickets to Timberline, Oregon, Schweitzer, Idaho and Angel Fire, New Mexico each season that are valid Sunday through Friday.  All holiday restrictions and special offers are available on each resort’s individual websites.

“$299 is a fantastic price for one resort.  Not to mention six!” Says John McColly, CMO.

In just five visits at Mountain High, Anytime Season Passes pay for themselves and they are good any day or night the resort is open with no restrictions.  If you want to switch up the regular boarding day with something new, North Pole Tubing Park is free for season pass holders. Many of the other benefits include $10 off Adult Ski/Snowboard Lessons, 10% off non-sale retail apparel, monthly discounts for family and friends, early ‘ups’ on select days and the ability to track your days ridden, runs per day and vertical feet.

Mountain High Anytime Season Pass holders don't have to deal with blackout dates or restrictions!  Photo: Mike GonzalezMountain High Anytime Season Pass holders don't have to deal with blackout dates or restrictions!  Photo: Mike Gonzalez

Mountain High Anytime Season Pass holders don’t have to deal with blackout dates or restrictions! Photo: Mike Gonzalez 

 

With the purchase of an adult season pass, children ages 7 to 12 can be a part of the deal for just $199 and $249 without.  Children 6 and under ski free when with an adult.

This special Mountain High, Anytime Season Pass offer will end April 15th.   Anytime season passes will still be $299 for a limited time in the fall but the additional resort benefits will be part of a $50 upgrade.  They will not be included in the traditional season pass purchase.  To purchase season passes before the deadline to include the additional resorts, visit mthigh.com.

Emily Bates ( More Posts)

As a college graduate from California State University, Long Beach, Emily enters the world with a Bachelor's Degree in Recreation and Leisure Studies and a passion for surfing, cultural diversity and serving others.


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